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Yearender: 10 cultural exchanges between China and world in 2014

2014-12-31 13:23:57



The year 2014 witnessed frequent cultural exchanges between China and foreign countries. In addition to holding varied academic forums and seminars, inter-museum exchanges were also the highlight of the year. The exchanges led to many exhibitions, both at home and abroad, which showcased the cultural relics and art treasures of the human civilization.

Here are the top five exhibitions China held internationally:

The Exhibition, The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China's Emperors, was held at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada, from March 8 to Sept 1, 2014. This six-month exhibition brought to Canada for the first time about 250 treasures of the Palace Museum of China that were part of Chinese imperial life, and also provided an opportunity for Canadians to learn about China's long and fascinating history and traditional culture. [Photo/Xinhua]

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Vessels of culture


Tempting Yunnan cuisine


Zigui, home of great poet Qu Yuan


Souvenir stamps issued to mark 15th founding anniversary of Macao SAR


Colorful castles of stone in Pingtan


Old fashioned tea house seen in Anhui


Beautiful snow-covered Great Wall


Ancient poetry depicted by painters


People learn Flower Drum Dance in E China's Anhui


Street in Chongqing looks like the one in Spirited Away


Li Keran's landscape paintings show his world


Magical feast of light showed at Antwerp Zoo in Belgium


Most Beautiful China's Symbols awards ceremony held in Beijing


Artistic performance opens Taoist forum


Exploring the world’s oldest porcelain production line


Chinese modern dance makes debut in Malta


Cartoon drawings celebrate 52nd birthday of Peng Liyuan


Chinese Cultural Festival in Australia 2014 launched in Sydney